Located at multiple addresses along de Lange Hezelstraat, one of the oldest shopping streets in the Netherlands, De Prince B&B offers modern and welcoming accommodations in a pedestrian area of Nijmegen city center. Housed on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floors of traditional Dutch buildings with steep, winding stairs, these accommodations put travelers within a 10-minute walk of Nijmegen Railway Station and Museum Het Valkhof. The historic city of Arnhem is a 25-minute car journey away, and Hoge Veluwe National Park is about 35 minutes away by car. Guests can start their day with freshly-baked organic bagels, specialty coffee, and freshly-squeezed orange juice for breakfast at the property's Bagels & Beans shop, located on the same street. A medieval cellar with Roman stone walls is the setting for De Prince's wellness area, where guests who wish to use the facility are advised to book well in advance. Modern yet cozy accommodations are all uniquely designed and decorated but share standard features such as free WiFi, characteristic beamed ceilings, and comfortable bedding.
Very nice rooms, good location. Awsome breakfest included!
centre of Nijmegen, nice, old house
thin walls, you can hear a lot from your neightbours
The bathroom of the room had a plastic curtain instead of a door.
This is an observation, rather than a complaint. Room very small, as also the bathroom. Floors are wooden, so guests can be heard coming up the stairs and in their rooms. Extremely noisy. Stairs steep and narrow, so not recommended for less mobile guests.
Convenience, location, price, courtesy of staff
The rooms are in a separate building to the 'office'. This is at the restaurant a few doors along the street. In principle there is nothing wrong with this. However, as I had to leave early, I paid my bill the night before. I left the keys in my room and then found that I needed to use the outer door key to exit the building - something I had not been told. At this stage I was unable to exit the building and locked out of my room. I could not get to the keys. This may seem funny but at 6.55 in the morning with a train to catch it was not! I managed to get another guest to get up early and let me out. I was lucky. In case of a fire and panicking people or any other emergency, it would not be safe.